William, Kate pay tribute to London terror attack victims

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William, Kate pay tribute to London terror attack victims

London, April 6 (IANS) Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a mass service at Westminster Abbey in memory of the victims of the recent terror attack in London.

Prince William, his brother, Prince Harry, and his spouse Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge on Wednesday, joined nearly 2,000 attendees to pay tribute to the people who died when Khalid Masood rammed a vehicle into pedestrians and later stabbed a police officer outside Westminster Palace on March 22.

The attack left five dead, including the assailant, and 50 injured, Efe news reported.

Masood was shot and killed after murdering three pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and then mortally wounding police constable Keith Palmer with a knife while he was on duty outside Westminster.

Alongside the members of the British Royal Family stood the British Home Secretary Amber Rudd, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, and the acting Commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police Craig Mackey.

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